Another Mass Shooting: I Can’t Say Their Names

I want to write their names but I can’t. Another eleven people murdered by a white male, a white supremacist in a synagogue this past Saturday during shabbos worship. Tree of Life was cut down but the roots still firmly in place as a community puts eleven loved ones into the soil. I will not say the … Continue reading Another Mass Shooting: I Can’t Say Their Names

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Archives: Charges Dropped

Charges dropped.  Despite the broken body of evidence, charges dropped. Society is extremely critical of the extraordinary means women are going (forced) to and will continue to go, to report, register in the social ledger and consciousness of man, their experience with rape culture, rape and sexual violence(s). This is especially true of the most … Continue reading Archives: Charges Dropped

(in)Justice Kavanaugh: Only The Survivors Truly Know What Today Feels Like

We Believe Survivors. Only the survivors truly know what today feels like. Whether their expended lineage has fatigued histories since the incipient rape of the first Indigenous woman, to the first woman kidnapped from Africa, bonded to history, kidnapped and shackled to the bottom of the slave ship. The women on the U.S. military bases … Continue reading (in)Justice Kavanaugh: Only The Survivors Truly Know What Today Feels Like

(in)Justice Kavanaugh

For the first time in Brett Kavanaugh's life consent careened concern. United States Senator Chuck Grassley talked about rape during the formal nomination  vote with the disesteem of a covert ops mission discovered. Rape was invented by liberals as an auspicious pretext in directing the charge for commandeering midterm elections. Consequently, that ploy afforded the abject affectation … Continue reading (in)Justice Kavanaugh

I Am Your Tired. I Am Your Masses and I Will Breath Free.

CNN in typical fast fashion mediated punditry clammers to the military police state, as another Black Woman, Therese Patricia Okoumou, stands in a physical proclamation of defiance and liberty. A Black woman, Therese Patricia Okoumou, assails the Statue of Tyranny in a declaration of independence for the freedom that Black and Indigenous women have had no choice, but to … Continue reading I Am Your Tired. I Am Your Masses and I Will Breath Free.

They Really, Really Don’t Care…About Us

"They" really, really don't care. Maybe we still don't get it. The United States 2016 election was literally a mediated coup, pilfered by a history of acquiescence in compliance between the institutions that uphold, profit and perpetuate the equation of an fraudulent contest. This is to say a licensed  adherence to market fraternity between the military … Continue reading They Really, Really Don’t Care…About Us

Asifa: A Story of Militarisation, Violence and Justice

Price of Silence joint statement with Polis Project (Research. Report. Resistance.) in condemnation of the gang-rape, murder, complacency, impunity of Asifa in Indian Occupied Kashmir.  Introduction Asifa Bano, an eight-year-old Bakherwal Muslim girl went missing from Rasana village in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua district on January 10, 2018. Her family filed a First Information Report two days … Continue reading Asifa: A Story of Militarisation, Violence and Justice